How a nonobjective fine art oil painting was made is the subject of a movie by the painter himself. Everything in the painting was made to look like something. It was copied from another oil painting by the artist where everything in that one was made NOT to look like anything. The movie was shot on 16mm color negative 500T movie film with two different bolex cameras, a H16-T and a H16-RX-1. The RX-1 died during the shoot. The film was made for a film production class taken for Act 48 credits... Topics: 16mm, studiocarter, carter, oil_painting, painting
Dub from a 16mm film reel that was once part of The University of Kansas research into developing safer aircraft. This film is a study of simulated crash of the small aircraft. The film may have originally been a NASA research reel, this film also has no audio track and is silent. Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, University of Kansas, Ejection Seats, Research, 16mm film, Plane crash
PALACKY : Montage VIIa Film by Ben UrishPhotography - Rob McHenry & Scott PhillipsOrignial music - Joel SandersonAssistant - Milton R. MachukaPhotographs - Ben UrishAdditional photograph (cover)- Rob McHenryRunning time - 7 minutesCopyright 1998 - Ben UrishProduced & released - /Inertia - Q.G.A Topics: Ben Urish, Palacky Cemetary, Joel Sanderson, Demolition Kitchen Video, Scott Phillips, Experimental...
Occassionally Demolition Kitchen will edit a film backing for use along with either a performed or recorded music backing. The films are all found footage reels created from damaged reels or discarded films. This collection contains the original music used in the live presentations, including music by Dilate, Michael Curtis and Joel Sanderson. Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, Dilate, Joel Sanderson, M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest, backing films,...
This is a 1960s 16mm film study of the Florida Coastline shot in time-lapse from an airplane flying down the coast. No other information is available about this film, it was once part of the University of Kansas film library in Lawrence, Kansas. Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, Time lapse photography, Florida coast, 16mm film, University of Kansas
Dub from a 16mm film reel that was once part of The University of Kansas research into developing ejection seats for aircraft. This film is a study of the stress involved with rapid decelaration on human subjects. The film may have originally been a NASA research reel, this film also has no audio track and is silent. Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, University of Kansas, Ejection Seats, Research, 16mm film
This is a Moon Gravity Simulation attributed to the University of Kansas, although this isn't verified, only the labeling on the original 16mm film. But, it's a nice weird little film from the 60's showing a strange rigging said to simulation gravity on the moon. Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, University of Kansas, NASA, NASA simulation, Moon gravity, 16mm film